Travel Agents

The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that employment for travel agents will decline by 12 percent through 2022. Most airlines and other travel suppliers now offer consumers the option of making their own travel arrangements through online reservation services, which are readily accessible through the Internet. Thus, travelers are becoming less dependent on agents to make travel arrangements for them. Additionally, airlines have eliminated the flat commission they pay travel agencies. This has reduced the income of many agencies, thereby making them less profitable and less able to hire new travel agents.   


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